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Democratic Narrative, History, and Memory


  • Kent State University Symposium on Democracy

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  • Essays based on and revised from presentations at the 2009 Kent State University Symposium on Democracy.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • English


  • Kent State and historical memory / Thomas M. Grace -- Kent State comes to Canada : internationalizing the antiwar movement / Christopher Powell -- Remembering injustice and the social construction of silence / Jay Winter -- Visualizing the limits of democracy in the silence of the cold war : the photography of Life magazine and the unraveling of the American century / Devan Bissonette -- Lost history/lost democracy : media culture and the 1960s / Edward P. Morgan -- "Of loss and learning" : how anniversary coverage affects understanding of May 4, 1970 / Janet Leach and Mitch McKenney -- Wars on trial in three landmark documentary films : Night and fog, Hearts and minds, and Taxi to the dark side / Daniel L. Miller and Suzanne Clark -- The role of forgetting in remembering : the desegregation of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas / Cathy J. Collins -- Confronting the legacies of violence : lessons from Kent State and Greensboro, North Carolina / Renee Romano -- Social remembering and Kent State / Jerry M. Lewis -- Appendix: This we know : chronology of the shootings at Kent State, May 1970 / Carole A. Barbato, Laura L. Davis, and Mark F. Seeman
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